In this week’s healthcare market update, we begin with two stories involving Siemens Healthineers. The first involves Siemens investing $32 million into a Delaware lab manufacturing plant to grow its in vitro diagnostics production capabilities. The second update is news of a Siemens collaboration with The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center to create a global quantitative MR education program. Next, we have three articles that illustrate how hospitals, researchers, and new market entrants are reacting to the rapidly changing medical imaging landscape. To begin, the 24-hospital Intermountain Healthcare system has announced it will launch a new outpatient imaging company. Next, an imaging start-up has recently gained FDA clearance for augmented reality (AR) hologram technology that eliminates the user discomfort that has previously hampered adoption. Finally, as interest and demand for the workplace and at-home imaging climbs, EZaccessMD announces its expansion into its 22nd state. To learn more, please visit the links below for the original content.